Has anyone tried fitting an 8TB SSD such as the Sabrent Rocket Q 8TB into the Thinkpad X1 Yoga gen 7 or gen 6?
It is fine if it needs to squeeze just a bit, the critical question should be that the laptop's firmware does not contain harmful blocking code, and also the electricity supply actually works.
It would be helpful to know if anyone else had a success rather than to run into crippled firmware as in the case of Thinkpad P1 gen 3.
Any insights much appreciated, thanks.
(Dualpost with https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-X ... -p/5171911 )
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